Electric vehicles (EVs) run on electricity only and are powered by rechargeable batteries. Consumer benefits include savings on fuel and maintenance costs and a reduction in local air pollution as compared to traditional gasoline vehicles. Since EVs run on electricity, they are powered by Nashua's electricity grid, which includes solar, wind, and hydro, reducing pollution even further. The City of Nashua sees the transition to EVs and more renewable energy sources as a key strategy to a more Livable Nashua.
Electric Vehicles in Nashua
A Growing Trend
Nashua has experienced a significant increase in the number of EVs registered between 2015 and 2020. In addition to private charging stations, there are 10 locations in Nashua equipped with 1-3 public charging stations each. The City of Nashua anticipates the number of EVs and public charging stations to increase in the near future. The chart below shows the number of new, transfer, and renewal EV registrations each year.
Find a Charging Station
More and more charging stations are going in around the city, making EVs a better fit for many driver's needs. Explore the current locations and get in touch if you know of good places to install more.